Ars Technica
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NASA NASA has spent the last six years building the massive Space Launch System rocket , but beyond making general statements about a “Journey to Mars,” the agency has not provided much detail about how the SLS booster would be used to that end. This situation began to change on Tuesday, when the agency’s chief of human spaceflight, Bill Gerstenmaier, briefed the agency’s advisory council on tentative plans for the first dozen launches of the rocket. During his presentation, Gerstenmaier presented slides outlining the assembly of a “deep space gateway” and subsequent testing of a “deep space transportsystem in the vicinity of the Moon. The sequence of missions would culminate in a crewed mission to orbit Mars, but not land, in 2033. Although Gerstenmaier did not identify the funding needed for such a series of events—which would certainly be considerable and require support from the Trump administrationTuesday’s presentation nonetheless offered an insightful peek into NASA’s future plans.
ITV
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MPs were given a 1.4% rise last month. Unions reacted with fury, saying the rise was "derisory", especially as fuel, food and transport costs were increasing. The accouncement came as plans were unveiled to cut some of the medicines available on NHS prescriptions in England. It's thought more than £100 million a year can be saved if drugs and products such as travel vaccines and gluten-free food are no longer available. But, as Rebecca Barry reports, that could badly affect some patients
ITV
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we test all we sort it, steam clean the buggies, we test all of the electrical equipment. The money will we test all of the electrical equipment. The money will be used we test all of the electrical equipment. The money will be used to expand their facilities. A new centre will expand their facilities. A new centre will be set up. expand their facilities. A new centre will be set up. At the moment, the charity relies on volunteers moment, the charity relies on volunteers to transport goods. I am picking volunteers to transport goods. I am picking up a.
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buggy for volunteers to transport goods. I am picking up a buggy for a refugee mother with picking up a buggy for a refugee mother with a five-month-old baby. She doesn't have access mother with a five-month-old baby. She doesn't have access to public funds, She doesn't have access to public funds, so this is a wonderful way for her funds, so this is a wonderful way for her to be helped. Which bags are you taking?.
ThinkGeek
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May the Hot Coffee Be with You. Wherever you go. Whether you prefer hot black coffee or cold blue milk, this ceramic travel mug from Rogue One featuring Jyn Erso makes it easy to transport 12 ounces of it with you. $12.99
ITV
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The Department for Transport says it's committed billions for English councils to improve roads. You can help other motorists keep an eye out for potholes by reporting them on an interactive map. You'll find details on our website. Next tonight, the comedian making light of losing her eyesight
The Economic Times
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The clarification came after the Transport Department "erroneously" put out an extract from the Congress's poll manifesto, as a notification.
Evening Standard
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Western Daily Press
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A new route to upgrade a major South West road has been proposed today (March 28) by transport secretary Chris Grayling. The A358 between the M5 at Taunton and the A303 Southfields will be made into a dual carriageway. Currently, the road is a mix of single and dual carriageway, leading to bottlenecks and congestion and it also carries more vehicles than it was designed for, causing further delays. Transport secretary Chris Grayling said: We are spending £15 billion on upgrading...
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Daily Express - Cars
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MILLIONS of Brits have cut back on driving to save money as the cost of motoring soars, new research revealed today.
Sputnik International
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BBC News 24
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Potholes - they infuriate motorists and cyclists alike. Now a new survey of local councils in England and Wales has revealed that potholes mean that one in six smaller roads are at risk of becoming damaged beyond repair and some have less than five years before they have to be replaced or closed. Our Transport Correspondent, Richard Westcott, reports
Leicester Mercury
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A 72-year-old man died after being hit by a train in Rutland last night.Officers from British Transport Police were called to the line, near Ketton, shortly after 9pm after reports that a person was struck by a train.Paramedics from East Midlands Ambulance Service also went to the incident.The man was pronounced dead at the scene and his family have been told.Read more: Drug dealer crashed into Leicester corner shop after 70mph police chaseA file is being prepared for the coroner.A British...
Lincolnshire Echo
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A trader is to close down after 40 years in the heart of Lincoln because she says she can no longer make ends meet.Tina Jankowsky, 52, who runs Tina's Cards and Gifts on Sincil Street, claims that work on the Cornhill development and the transport hub has hit takings and that she's had nothing but demands from her new landlord, the Co-op, since it took over from the council six months ago.With all this disruption that's happening at the minute, footfall is down...
BBC News 24
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Our transport correspondent, Richard Westcott, reports. It's impossible to dodge them all these days. Our roads, peppered with holes. The surface crumbling away faster than it can be repaired,.
BBC Two Wales
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will be coach bays at the new station, none of which really helps with the government providing day-to-day integrated transport. As Cardiff is such an important hub for the region, can.
TIME - Top Stories
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Workers have just completed a massive operation to lift the corroding 6,800-ton Sewol from the sea, and recovering the remains of the missing victims would put the country a step closer to finding closure to one its deadliest maritime disasters. The bones were found near a beam beneath the front side of the ferry, which had been loaded onto a heavy lift transport vessel that will carry it to port. A total of 304 people died in the disaster. Rescue workers recovered the bodies of 295 people most of them students on a high school trip before the government ended underwater searches in November 2014, seven months after the ship sank. Crews on the transport vessel have drilled dozens of holes in the ferry in an effort to empty it of water and fuel before it's ready to be transported to a port in the city of Mokpo. Relatives had expressed concern that remains of the missing victims could slip out through the holes and get lost.
BBC Two Wales
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we keep transport between the ports of Pembrokeshire? I have raised this number of times with the Westminster government and with the Irish government and I discussed it with the Taoiseach when he was here on the.
Plymouth Herald
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BBC Two Wales
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It is possible to consider the city deal to take new projects in terms of transport into account. We.
BBC Two Wales
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BBC Two Wales
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2015 sets out the investment on transport and infrastructure in all parts of Wales the 2015-2016. The National Trust or finance plan the Welsh government highlights only one project the Pembrokeshire in the next 12 months, the proposal to turn.